Zeeman effect

Zeeman effect
Zeeman effect
n.
[after ZEEMAN Pieter]
Physics the effect produced upon the structure of the spectral lines of light emitted or absorbed by atoms subjected to a moderately strong magnetic field, resulting in the splitting of each spectrum line into two or three lines (normal Zeeman effect) or into many lines (anomalous Zeeman effect)

English World dictionary. . 2014.

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  • Zeeman effect — Zee·man effect (tsaґmahn) [Pieter Zeeman, Dutch physicist, 1865–1943] see under effect …   Medical dictionary

  • Zeeman effect — noun Etymology: Pieter Zeeman Date: 1899 the splitting of a single spectral line into two or more lines of different frequencies observed when radiation (as light) originates in a magnetic field …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Zeeman effect — [ zi:mən, zeɪ ] noun Physics the splitting of a spectrum line into several components by a magnetic field. Origin C19: named after the Dutch physicist Pieter Zeeman …   English new terms dictionary

  • Zeeman effect — /ˈzimən əfɛkt/ (say zeemuhn uhfekt) noun the splitting of spectral lines into components when the light source is operated in a magnetic field. {named after Pieter Zeeman, 1865–1943, Dutch physicist} …   Australian English dictionary


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